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” background_layout=”light” text_orientation=”left”] The Children & Nature Network is leading the movement to connect all children, their families and communities to nature through innovative ideas, evidence-based resources and tools, broad-based collaboration and support of grassroots leadership.

Together we are creating a world in which every child can play, learn and grow in nature.

Together we are creating a world in which every child can play, learn and grow in nature.

2017 Children & Nature Network International Conference

Thank you to our 864 attendees from 22 countries!
Conference Highlights

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EVERY CHILD DESERVES TO SEE THE STARS

 Photo by PhotosForClass.com from Creative Commons   A few years ago, Madhu Narayan, a Girl Scout leader in San Diego told me this story, which I shared in The Nature Principle: “In my first counseling job, with another organization, I took children with...

Philadelphia’s Campaign to Reinvigorate its Parks and Playgrounds

The city of Philadelphia is investing $500 million to reinvigorate its parks, libraries, playgrounds and recreation centers, and spread opportunity into all corners of the city. The program, called “Rebuild,” is paid for in part by a new tax on sugar-laden drinks. Philadelphia is the first big city to pass such a “soda tax” bill.

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The World’s Biggest Nature-Inspired Playground

What may be the world’s largest nature playground, located in Adelaide’s Morialta Conservation Park, is nearing completion. The state government is spending close to $1 million to build the new playground, which formed part of the government’s $10.4 million plan to improve Adelaide’s national parks. The $900,000 space will include five new play areas, climbing boulders, and new paths.

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THE STATISTICS on CHILDREN & NATURE

THE STATISTICS on CHILDREN & NATURE

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